Some articles on released:
... is a graphical adventure game, originally released in October 1988, published by LucasArts (known at the time as Lucasfilm Games) ... Like Maniac Mansion, it was developed for the Commodore 64 and released in 1988 on that system and the PC ... An Apple II version was apparently planned, but never released ...
... and IBM to replace DOS, OS/2 version 1.0 (released in 1987) had no GUI at all ... Version 1.1 (released 1988) included Presentation Manager (PM), which looked a lot like the later Windows 3.0 UI ... IBM developed the Workplace Shell (WPS) for version 2.0 (released in 1992), a quite radical, object-oriented approach to GUIs ...
... In 1980, the film The Shining was released, directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Jack Nicholson ... In 1986, the film Labyrinth was released, directed by Jim Henson, and starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly ... In 2006, the film Pan's Labyrinth was released, directed by Guillermo del Toro ...
... MVS arcade games which were not officially released for the Neo Geo AES and ported instead to the Neo Geo CD ... Puzzle Bobble, Janshin Densetsu (a Mahjong game also released for the PC Engine), Power Spike II, Neo Drift Out and Futsal - 5-on-5 Mini Soccer ... which were unreleased in MVS and AES formats were also released exclusively for the Neo Geo CD ...
... Norepinephrine can also suppress neuroinflammation when released diffusely in the brain from the locus coeruleus ... It is released from the adrenal medulla into the blood as a hormone, and is also a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system and sympathetic nervous ...
Famous quotes containing the word released:
“Women are to be lifted up to a physical equality with man by placing upon their shoulders equal burdens of labor, equal responsibilities of state-craft; they are to be brought down from their altruistic heights by being released from all obligations of purity, loyalty, self-sacrifice, and made free of the world of passion and self-indulgence, after the model set them by men of low and materialistic ideals.”
—Caroline Fairfield Corbin (b. c. 1835?)
“Justice has its anger, my lord Bishop, and the wrath of justice is an element of progress. Whatever else may be said of it, the French Revolution was the greatest step forward by mankind since the coming of Christ. It was unfinished, I agree, but still it was sublime. It released the untapped springs of society; it softened hearts, appeased, tranquilized, enlightened, and set flowing through the world the tides of civilization. It was good. The French Revolution was the anointing of humanity.”
—Victor Hugo (18021885)
“the walk liberating, I was released from forms,
from the perpendiculars,
straight lines, blocks, boxes, binds
into the hues, shadings, rises, flowing bends and blends
—Archie Randolph Ammons (b. 1926)